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No need to be scared of these bad boys. Because really, they're food's perfect accessory.
PB&J 4 EVER. They make being a good couple seem so easy. Recipe here.
Of course you have this pudding for breakfast! Recipe here.
Quinoa and chia seeds are a total power couple. Find the recipe for this refreshing salad here.
If you're gonna do pancakes, you might as well try to make 'em a lil healthy! Recipe here.
This bread can, and will, handle anything you want to throw at it. It's a super bread! Recipe here.
Chia seeds are the ~ secret ~ ingredient for this recipe, because they secretly bulk up the sauce. Mmm, mmm.
Yeah, you read that right. EVEN IN PIZZA CRUST. You can do anything! Recipe here.
There is so much goodness going on in these lil egg bites. Take 'em on your morning commute, or maybe even have them as brinner (breakfast for dinner, obvs). Recipe here.
This recipe satisfies your sweet tooth in the morning while still being chock-full of nutrition.
Adding chia seeds into smoothies is a really easy way to get 'em in your tummy. Recipe here.
Who knew there were basically, like, four ingredients needed to make crackers?
An extremely delicious way to stay refreshed during any summer heat. You let the chia seeds soak up all the cherry lime-y goodness to get all good and gel-y. Recipe here.
The recipe states you can subsitute chia seeds for the poppy seeds, which makes this vegan, decadent recipe even better.
Carrots and coconut, together at last. Recipe here.
For a tasty and healthy on-the-go breakfast! Recipe here.
Were you looking for an amazing and protein-packed way to start your day? Look no further! Recipe here.
This surprise is...jam on the inside of the baked muffin! Genius. Recipe here.
This salad might use a gluten-free grain you've never heard of, but it all comes together for a refreshing summer dish.
Crunch + health = YUM! Recipe here.
Making your own jam is already pretty easy, so why not throw some chia seeds in the mix? Recipe here.
Eat it for breakfast or dessert, and you'll be so very happy you did. Recipe over here.
Mixing ground chia (or flax) seeds with water creates an easy egg substitute. Also, this recipe takes THREE minutes to make, so you have no excuse not to try it out!
• Chia belonged to the diets of the Mayans and the Aztecs; in fact, "chia" got its name from the Mayan word for "strength."
• There are nearly 11 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein per each 1-ounce serving. (That's about 42% of your recommended daily intake of fiber, which is poop-er important.)
• The powerful seed also has a ton of the omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids; this is good, because we cannot produce them on our own, and they help keep us pretty.
• An ounce of chia seeds also contains about 18% of your recommended daily calcium intake. This is three times more than a serving of skim milk would give you!
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